But the most interesting reason again ties into something Schmidt said back in December: â€œWith the ICS release our core objective as a company is to get all of the hardware vendors onto that platform.â€ I mean, he really said that. And it\’sÂ unbelievableÂ because it\’s perhaps the most epic fail in the history of epic fails. […]
Been a while since I’ve posted one of these. But, some great reads out there recently. Creating Losing Designs – great ideas on using low stakes losing to motivate learners. “The Smart Worker Needs Job Aids Rather than Courses” – this is a great series. Read ’em all. Learning is Social. Training is Irrelevent? – […]
The book also states that after Jobs found out about Android’s similarities to iOS, he felt betrayed enough to somehow keep the development of the iPad hidden from Eric Schmidt while he was still a board member of Apple. – TUAW Wow. Very interesting.
More solid insight from Gruber: I don\’t see how Google keeps Flash but drops H.264 in the name of â€œopennessâ€ without being seen as utter hypocrites. I’m not sure if this a step forward or backward for web standards.